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CJP offers to ‘cut pays’ to conduct elections

During Supreme Court election hearing, CJP offered to cut pays of Judges to conduct important elections of Punjab and KPK. He passed these remarks during hearing of PTI‘s petition challenging ECP’s decision to postpone Elections in Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. A five-member larger bench – is headed by of Hon’ble Chief Justice of Pakistan Umar … Read more

Nepal Plane crashes killing 68 people.

Another plane crashes in Nepal leaving 72 people including crew members dead. Yeti Airlines airplane flight from Kathmandu to Pokhara suffered from Crash having 68 passengers and 4 crew members. Local residents say that plane was flying low over populated area and caught fire and crashed before landing. At least 68 people are died, severely … Read more

Winter storm in USA and Canada leaves more than 80 people dead in

Satellite Image of North America showing snow storm in late December 2022. Image by National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)

Northern USA and Canada, From 21 to 26 December, 2022 saw a huge extratropical storm causing high speed winds, winter storms, blizzards and extreme temperature drop causing deaths of 80 people in USA and Canada and also caused cancellation of more than 10,000 flights, road and rail closures, power failure causing millions of people without … Read more

Punjab Textbook Board Bans Controversial Sociology Book

The Punjab Curriculum and Textbook Board (PCTB) has imposed a ban on the Sociology book for Intermediate Part-I in light of the controversial content. The banned book, Ainah Emraniyat, published by Khalid Book Depot, has been discarded from the curriculum on account of unethical and immoral content after several educationists raised objections. ALSO READ PPSC’s Power … Read more

Around One-Third of Children Remain Out of School in Pakistan

The Ministry of Federal Education and Professional Training (MoFEPT) conducted a workshop on out-of-school children (OOSC), wherein it was revealed that roughly 32 percent of the country’s children are not attending any school. Education Secretaries, Additional Secretaries, Managing Directors (MDs) of educational foundations, and provincial development partners participated in the workshop. ALSO READ Over 1,800 … Read more